As every single time you make your nails, you would use a powerful electric nail drill to file your nails due to its high efficiency which will result in massive time-saving, However, the more often you do your nails, the thinner and thinner your nails bed will be.
According to the research, published in the journal Physical Biology, regular poor nail grinding can weaken the fine balance of nail growth, causing physical stress to the nail. Over time, this can cause a change in nail shape, which can lead to serious nail conditions.
Hard nail gels can be even more damaging to the nails because they need to be filed off, which can cause irreversible damage to underlying tissue and cuticles. And, the longer we use tips, gel or powder, the worse it ends up being.
Easy To Get Paronychia, Never Bite It!
Nail professionals recommend letting nails breathe every once in the while, and avoiding back-to-back nail processes that involve gluing or painting on layers of chemical-laden product. I’d gone well over a year without a break, soaking off dip powder every four to six weeks and immediately replacing them with another set. The toll? My nails were now weak, peeling, cracked and in some cases, bruised.
Drilling over your nail bed and around the cuticle can cause “Rings of Fire” and damage the nail bed. ALL MANICURISTS ARE TRAINED TO HAND FILE. The only time it is okay to use the drill on your nails is to shorten them, clean under the free edge and to create a well for a back fill. If the operation is incorrect, it can develop into Paronychia.
Harmful To Your Body
If you use Non-compliant nail polish, the phthalates, fluorescent agents, etc. contained in it will be more harmful to your body.
It is recommended to use high-quality nail polish that meets the standards.
In addition, nail art is easy to cause damage to the nails, and our own incorrect practices are also easy to cause damage to the nails.
Susceptible To Infection By Microorganisms Such As Bacteria, Fungi And Viruses.
Long-term polishing of the nails, and the erosion of the nails by the chemical components in the nail polish, the cuticle of the nails is seriously damaged.
Nails are protected from the outermost layer and are naturally susceptible to various types of bacteria.
Wearing nail polish for long periods of time can allow chemicals in the polish to seep into the nail bed and cause it to discolor, split and peel.
RIGHT WAY TO DO THE NAILS
Reduce The Number Of Manicures
Appropriately reduce the number of manicures done, and give the manicure some "breathing" opportunities.It's probably more appropriate to continue doing it from 3 weeks to 1 month after disarming.
Try to apply transparent nail polish.
After applying the transparent nail polish, it looks shiny and rich in texture. It can still be very eye-catching; and by the way, it can protect the nails so that the new nails are not easy to break.
Regularly Clean The Dead Skin And Barbs Around The Nails
Similar to facial care, hands also need to be exfoliated regularly to prevent yourself from having the chance to pick your nails. The dead skin and barbs around the fingernails are all aging cuticles, which can be removed directly by massage with products such as exfoliating gel or scrub.
Or soak your hands in warm olive oil for 10 minutes, and then remove them with nail clippers.
Moisturize And Maintain Nails
Regardless of hard nails, you think it is "strong". You don't need to worry about it. In fact, it is also part of the skin and needs to be nourished every day. You can choose lipid-rich products such as petroleum jelly, olive oil, etc. Simple skin care products are used as finger creams to moisturize and lock nails, and make nails elastic and not easy to break.
In addition, it can also be used to massage the nails with finger edge oil and nail polish, which can also increase the blood circulation of the nails and make the nails healthy and tender.
Eat More High-quality Protein Foods
The main ingredient of nails is protein, which can reflect the health of the body. If you want to have shiny nails, you must eat high-quality protein foods, such as fish and gelatinous foods.